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My SIL has her first ultrasound today. I'm seriously so worried I'm on the verge of tears. I guess since I'm not pregnant myself I have to project it on to someone else? I don't know what time her u/s is either.
Argh. This is really ridiculous. But I'm going to be devastated if she gets bad news.
((I have no real reason to worry, she's not had any spotting or anything and has had pretty good symptoms...I'm just crazy))
Sometimes it feels safer to worry/think about someone else than to do so about ourselves... I personally notice a bit more fear for my friends/family than they seem to have for themselves, esp. when they've never had a loss... I am much more aware of all that can go wrong. But I also feel like they are luckier than I am, so they'll probably be fine - I'm the one who's "messed up" and needs to worry, not them. I know that's a bit sad, but it's how I tend to think!!